In as few bytes as possible, your job is to write a program that outputs:
In celebration of a late Pi day of course! :)
You can do it anyway you like, but there are some restrictions.
- You may not use arithmetic operations anywhere in your program. This includes
^(exponentiation), etc... This also includes incrementing (usually
++), decrementing (
--), bitwise operations, and any built in functions that can be used as a replacement such as
dec(), etc... (Author's discretion)
- The digits
4may not appear anywhere in your code.
- You may not use any predefined variables/constants that your language may have as a replacement for
4. (Author's discretion)
- You may also not use any trigonometric functions such as
tanh(), etc... (Author's discretion)
- You may not use built-in or predefined values of Pi (or
3.14). No web requests.
- Your program cannot require input of any kind (besides running it).
3.14is the only thing that you may output, it cannot be part of some longer/larger output..
The answer with the least amount of bytes on April 18th wins. Good luck!
Looking forward to clever answers from clever minds! Malbolge anyone? :P